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Luckily, some time back we made the acquaintance of the in famous Warden Shiftky, who is to games what Ronald McDonald is to burgers. Tab, as he is known for short, readily consented to pen our games column, pointing out that it's a dirty job but somebody has to do it. Here's a rundown of the other new features coming in this issue of in- Cider and in the months to come: An entertaining look at happenings in the multi- faceted world of Apple computing. A question and an- swer column to help solve your soft- ware and programming problems.
Thumbnail sketches of inCider's product reviews for the previous six months, updated monthly. For the computerist who wants to survey a lot of software and hardware quickly. Additionally, you'll notice a revi- sionary hand at work in our continu- ing columns and departments. Author Dan Bishop will take the first-time user from square one right through to the intermedi- ate stages of programming.
Don Fudge has refor- matted his popular column to devote more space to tutorial material, drawing heavily on his experience as a graphics programmer and soft- ware publisher. Here is solid reading for all levels of computerists, includ- ing the advanced user. With an emphasis on brevity and nonviolence, this depart- ment will present original game list- ings that provide entertainment and constructive exposure to computers for youngsters of preschool age.
Most of these programs can be parent-key- stroked in less than thirty minutes. And now a word about the review section: We're pulling out all the stops to make inCider's re- views as current as our production schedule will allow. Simultaneously, we're redoubling our efforts to un- cover all significant new prod- ucts—and there's a sHw of them — being produced for the Apple II fami- ly of computers.
Some things won't change at all. The Apple Clinic, for instance, will continue aiding users with hardware questions. Likewise, our Hints 6k Techniques department of brief how- to-do-it's remains essentially the same, as does inCider's inSidious in- Solubles, a popular recent addition devoted to challenging your wits.
So far I've been talking only about columns and regular departments. But our feature material, too, will re- flect positive change. Real-world ap- plications will occupy the lion's share of our feature section each month; we aim to make it impossible for you to thumb through the maga- zine without discovering at least one way to improve the utilization and enjoyment of your Apple.
Whether your preference be word processing, dbm, accounting, home finance, graphics, small-business manage- ment, self-improvement, mailing lists, utilities, telecommunications, education, networking, printers, stock market analysis, games, speech synthesis, bulletin boards, or any of the hundreds of other applica- tions possible on the Apple, we'll do our best to accommodate you with clearly written, no-nonsense materi- al of tangible and immediate benefit.
I think you've got an idea where inCider is headed. If we've done our job correctiy, you won't be able to put the magazine down in less than half an hour— well, twenty minutes, bare minimum. Speed readers will be prosecuted. High speed color-filled 3D graphics will give you a beautiful panoramic vie as you practice takeoffs, landings, and aerobatics. Complete documentation will get you airborne quickly even if you've never flown before.
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Al- though his modifications may be helpful to some beginners, you need not be satisfied with scores as low as when you can reach points.
Want some hints on becom- ing a snake charmer? First, by developing a traversing pattern of play, you can keep the serpent's tail in a solid block. At points the serpent's tail drops off from its head. The tail will remain immobile on the screen but the head will begin to grow another body as in the beginning. Once you have mastered the above technique the fun has just be- gun.
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Apple is a registered trademark of Apple Computer Corporation. Per- haps my recent experience may be of help to other readers. Through trial and error I recently discovered that the positioning of my monitor was the source of inter- ference to my two drives. The mon- itor was located on top of my drives, which were placed on a shelf directly over the Apple.
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Apple is a trademark of Apple Computer. Remember when you bought your Apple H? Wasn't it something about bal- ancing the home check- book, using the Apple as a learning or an earning tool, doing the taxes with it, keeping your flies and recipes? When you went to the computer store, didn't you tell the sales- man the same things? You didn't want to embarrass your- self by revealing what you really wanted it for. And to be sure, you actually bought a home checkbook program, a file- keeping program, and maybe a learn - to-count program for your kid.
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Because I understand and fully sympathize with your point of view, I dedicate this new inCider column to you. I identify with you because you didn't buy your computer for some dull, uninspired business purpose. You bought your computer — and let's be honest about this now — to party with. You're not obsessively concerned with the inner workings of your Apple II any more than you worry about what makes your TV or your toaster work— people like you and I leave the hardware tinkering and software authoring to engineers and programmers.
We are interested in high-tech, state-of-the-art play. We want flash, sound, color, excitement, thrills, and a challenge that tests the mind or the reflexes or both. We seek exotic scenes, strange monsters, epic bat- tles especially against hopeless odds , and fast, furious action. That's what Apple computer games are all about — when they're good. Allow me to introduce myself. My name, at least in these pages, is "Warden Shiftky" don't laugh, they almost named me "Zaphod Beeble- brox".
Like you, my first love is game-playing. I vow to defend to the last drop of ink in my pen our right to play them, unashamed of the use to which we're putting our computers. It's true that I use my own Apple II Plus for programming and writing articles, but my favorite computer activity still remains game playing. My mission in this column is to tell you about good new games as they come on the market, to let you know what's coming up in the world of games, and to let manufacturers know what you're thinking.
There will still be reviews from the rest of inCider's writers to round out the general gaming picture. The Warden Shiftky Poll I thought it would be fun to begin this column with an exercise in dem- ocratic game criticism, a poll of your all-time favorite games in three categories: Here's how the poll will work: You send me a list of your three all-time favorite games in each of these cate- gories.
I'll count the votes, and in an upcoming "Game Reserve" I'll an- nounce the top ten vote-getters in each category. To qualify for the poll, a game must be commercially published and be available for the Apple II fami- ly. The games may have been pub- lished at any time since the introduc- tion of the Apple II.
They don't have to be current best-sellers. They must be for recreational use; educational games don't qualify and won't be counted. Write your three choices on a card or in a letter and send them to: To get the ball rolling, allow me to publish, here and now, my ten all-time favorite games in each of the three categories.
If nothing else, the lists should tell you what I like in games and how to weigh my opinions. I want to find out what your preferences are. I'll be very surprised if you can't put together much more interesting lists than I just did. So, hop to it and send in your votes so we can name, once and for all, the greatest Apple games of all time!
If you like, you may also send in your nominee for the worst com- puter game of all time. The qualifica- tions are the same as for the best games, but with these special crite- ria: Send in a brief comment with your nomina- tions, justifying your choice. The choicest comments will be pub- lished in expurgated form at the discretion of Warden Shiftky and the editors. Assuming I get a brisk response to this unscientific poll, I'll publish the results in an upcoming "Game Re- serve.
Mean- while, you get busy on your ballot! Atari On Your Apple One of the major ironies in the history of the Apple II is that Atari, Apple's former arch-rival for the home computer market, is now issu- ing Apple versions of their most famous arcade games. Atari used to be the single most profitable part of the Warner Communications em- pire, but no more. Alien Rain Computer 1. Cranston Manor Galax ian 2. Wizard and the Princess 3.
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The trouble is that Warner never marketed their units very suc- cessfully. They didn't encourage third-party manufacturers the way Apple did and never undertook to sell their computer to business users.
The would have made a great business computer. So, Apple owners are now reaping the benefits as Atari changes its former policy of keeping the com- puter versions of famous coin-op games to themselves. Atarisoft, Atari's software label for Apple prod- ucts, has come out with seven famous-name games that range from good to excellent in playability and excitement.
The ones I've seen are: The seventh is Donkey Kong. Be that as it may, the Atari ver- sion looks good and plays very well. The game is the same old Pac-Man you know and love from the coin ar- cades. There are four goblins does anyone not know by now that their names are Inky, Blinky, Pinky, and Clyde?
When Pac-Man eats the big energy dot sometimes called "the vitamin" by gamers I've overheard the ghosts turn pale blue. Pac-Man feasts on them for to points, depending on how many he can devour before the vitamin wears off. Eventually the goblins will get you. What you can do is clear all the dots from the maze or amass 10, points, which gives you another life— for the goblins to take.
What's my bottom line on Atari- soft Pac-Man? I rate it low average on looks and sound, above average on ease of play, and superior in excite- ment and challenge. But even though Centipede isn't a new idea for Apple gamers, the Atari version has one important factor going for it that always means you're playing a good arcade game.
As Warden Shiftky's motto states, "The play's the thing. You can move your blaster up or down a few rows and from side to side to shoot the advancing vermin or to avoid their attack, which is always fatal to your blaster. You get three per game. It's a dangerous environment for you and your blaster.
The touch of any of the insects can kill and a few of them, like the jumping spider, always seem to be just one step behind you. The red centipede is your main target. You have to shoot and kill every segment of the crea- ture. A shot that cuts it in half just creates two new centipedes. You'd be wise to kill the scurrying scor- pion as soon as it appears. It poisons the mushrooms in your patch, which has the effect of driving the centipedes insane. Insane cen- tipedes tend to charge bug blasters.
No matter how well you shoot, you can't win; the supply of nasty little bugs is inexhaustible. If you earn 10, points, however, you'll get a new bug blaster. Successive addi- tions of 10, points to your score continue adding blasters to a maxi- mum of six. Warden Shiftky's impressed with Centipede. It plays well, has good graphics and is so addictive he bare- ly got this column written in time. In this adaptation of the Williams' coin-op game, your job is to rescue humans menaced by hostile robots.
The me- chanical bad guys come in a variety of sizes and a range of meanness. The system never need be removed - it is unhooked with two keystrokes, rehooked with four.
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In no time at all the screen will be thickly crowded with hostile robots, robot brains, and snaking beams of energy that follow you with uncanny precision. It will take all your gaming skills to reach 25, points and win an extra life. Warden Shiftky was so seriously addicted to this game that his family and friends nearly gave up hope on him, which may not prove anything.
Warden Shiftky's family and friends nearly give up hope on him roughly three or four times daily. This is one of those games that will rivet you to your seat and force you to play over and over and over. Defender Defender Atarisoft's version of Williams' De- fender is another of the best arcade recreations. Levels of play are select- able from easy to normal to hard, and one or two players can partici- pate.
In this game, you pilot a jet plane as it skims low over the surface of an alien world under attack. A small band of humanoids is being kid- napped one by one by the alien land- ers, who snatch them up and take them away into space. By pressing the fire button, you send laser beams to destroy the fleet of alien ships.
You have a limited supply of "smart bombs" that will kill all alien ships in view; just be very sparing in their use because it takes 10, points to replace one. There are complicated penalties for failing to protect the humanoids. If you're too slow, the variety and ef- fectiveness of the enemy ships in- crease. Where you once had to con- tend mostly with landers, you'll now find baiters darting back and forth shooting at you and pods that re- lease swarmers, which follow your plane relentlessly until they score a kill.
If you lose all the humanoids and the aliens turn them into mu- tants, the planet explodes. Warden Shiftky likes Defender very, very much. The graphics and the sound effects are good and the action is fast, violent, and non-stop. Killing off the aliens while managing not to destroy your own people re- quires quick tactical thinking and swift reflexes. Standing up and walk- ing away from Defender requires enormous will power. There are a few differences, though. One is the presence of the Stargate which will pluck you from the game you're in, move you ahead a few waves, and renew your humanoids.
Another help is the Inviso Cloaking Shield that will make your plane in- visible and that is death for any alien to touch. On the other hand, your problems increase as well. The aliens have 14 classes of ships compared to six in Defender to throw at your plane, making this a very challeng- ing game indeed. In fact, as much as I like Defender, I like Stargate even more! And guarding against uninvited intruders was a royal pain. Today's business pharaoh can have portability and convenient security in one affordable mass storage system.
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The catch is that the rocks are guarded by dragons and robots who usually pace harmlessly within their subterranean lairs, but who also sal- ly forth from time to time as ghosts to chase and kill Dig Dug. Dig Dug can fight back by using his pump.
Firing the joystick button shoots the end of the pump hose into any enemy within range. Then, all you have to do is keep pressing the fire button until the enemy inflates to the point of bursting. Once you've cleared off all the monsters, the scene stops and Dig Dug winds up on the next level, with even more mon- sters to fight. If you earn him 10, points, he will get another life. That life comes at 40, points, so keep moving, jab those monsters, and pump that air!
It's a tough pick, given the great playing qualities of all the Atarisoft games, but Warden Shiftky's favor- ite is Dig Dug. The color animation and design of the game are the great- est, and the element of humor works in enriching the entertainment val- ue of this exciting game. Back to the Reserve It looks as though Atari has a set of winners. The future for Atarisoft looks rosy, assuming the same high standards of quality are met in their upcoming releases.
By the time you read this, the Atarisoft catalog will also include such famous titles as Ms. If you ask me and I know you didn't, but I'll tell you anyway this release is long overdue. These are the authoritative versions of the fa- mous coin-op games and Atari has done a very good job in adapting them for the Apple II, while main- taining high standards of quality and playability.
As belated as it may be, Atari's entrance into the world of Apple couldn't have been more aus- picious. Well, it's time for Warden Shiftky to inspect the Reserve. I hope you liked this first outing with me and that you'll send in your game selec- tions for the poll. I'll be seeing you next month when I bring you news about the world of Apple computer games. Are you required to keep warranty informa- tion on the products you sell?
Is your inventory fairly small? Would you like to create simple invoices or pull infor- mation from a data base and insert it into form letters sent to specific custo- mers?
As with any software program, it all comes down to what your needs are, but there's no reason to buy a complex and expensive data base system if one half the price and twice as easy will do the job for you. I'm going to focus here on three of the simplest and most popular file handling systems for your Apple: File, and Quick File.
File comes in versions for both the Apple II and the He. The main difference is that the program de- signed for the Apple lie will access and use its column card, displaying your file characters in upper- and low- ercase. The single version of List Handler runs on both the II and the lie. None of these systems require that you speak computer, and you could probably work with any of them without reference to the program manual. What's right for you will de- pend on precisely what you'd like to do with it.
File allow only one file per data disk. When you create a file with either program, you're warned it will erase everything on the disk and asked to verify before it proceeds. Both of these systems need only one disk drive all programs run on DOS 3.
List Handler, for instance, boasts it can have up to eight disk drives on line at any one time. This isn't a bad idea, perhaps, but doesn't make economic sense you'd buy a hard disk instead. File has a built-in function that will either copy your entire data disk or just the design of your form, you need two disk drives to do so. File data disk can hold up to forms, depending on their com- plexity and the number of characters you enter on each.
With a form that has six headings and characters of data, you'll be able to store about records. This program also al- lows you to position your information on the screen exactly where you'd like it to be.
Both List Handler and Quick File keep your information in a sequential list format — you start with field 1, find field 2 directly below, and so on. File gives you much more flexibility in terms of on-screen design than either of the other two packages. Quick File runs only on the Apple lie.
This system requires two disk drives. While Quick File allows more than one file per disk up to 26 , the size of the files it can work with is lim- ited by the amount of memory your Apple lie has. Assuming an average record size of 75 characters and a standard 64K He, you're allowed only records per file.
If you have an extended column text card and its additional 64K of memory, each file can hold about records. Quick File allows 15 categories fields per file, and a maxi- mum of 1 characters of informa- tion in each individual record prob- ably enough for most applications. List Handler lets you have about characters per data field, with as many as fields per record. In to- tal, each individual record can have roughly characters of informa- tion the letter G is one character.
While List Handler boasts that up to records can be stored on each data disk, the manual is vague about how you can convert expected record length into precise disk space require- ments. If you extrapolate the infor- mation in the manual, it appears that List Handler can store about the same per data disk as PFS: List Handler's records can range over multiple pages as all three pro- grams can.
This system comes to your business with a surprising fea- ture, and one neither of the other two packages claim: If your warranty record file grows too large, you simply extend it onto another disk. Extend it onto yet another disk, and so on. Documentation List Handler's page manual lacks an index but gets you started fast, right where you'd expect: You create a new file. Since this system is designed to work with lists of infor- mation, your screen displays your data in sequential order: The first field of information is shown at the top of your screen, followed by the second field, then the third, and so on.
The manual is written as a tutorial, and the system comes with sample files on disk for you to practice with. You logically move from learning how to add new data into your newly-creat- ed file to how to search through it.
Box , Prescott, AZ Glau July inCider 23 dler with other programs especially Word Handler, a text-handling sys- tem put out by the same company , the program is geared to function as a mailing label generator. You can, however, create your own form let- ters within List Handler without hav- ing to use an outside word processor, and pull List Handler data from disk and insert it into your letters.
The system won't let you save the letters or print formats you create, though. File comes with an indexed manual 96 pages that's filled with screen pictures and good advice. The program itself is very friendly, and since you use its menus to run the system, you'll pick up its operation rapidly.
You learn in a logical manner by starting with file creation, then move on to how to properly add new information, how to search for data, and finally, how to print your files. A corresponding program called PFS: It isn't covered here, as then the total price for the PFS: File more complete and powerful as your needs change.
Quick File's page manual is also indexed and logically arranged. File, you might expect the pro- gram to be much more complex. On the contrary, Quick File is easy to learn and fast to start using. You're told what the program can do, given an overview as to how it functions, and then head right into using the sample files that come on disk with the system. Quick File gives you a couple of unique search patterns. You might have a situation where you want to indicate if some- one's paid at least something on "You learn in a logical manner.
List Handler has the weakest search function of the three pro- grams, in that you're allowed to search on only one data item at a time.
In other words, you can only have one search condition, can only ask the program to look for one item. It partly overcomes this by allowing you to compare your search item with the data in one field or with the information in all your fields, but still doesn't let you link search conditions together, so you can look for more than one item each time you initiate a search.
The people who produce List Handler promise a new utility disk that should be available by the time you read this, to allow multiple search patterns and math inside your data fields— as of this writing, the two weakest areas of this program.
File and Quick File let you design multiple search patterns, but they handle things differently. File, you simply use a blank on-screen form to indicate what you want to match. You're al- lowed "wild card" entries here, which will find only a partial match.
While you can ask PFS: File to do a NOT search retrieve the form if this item is not a specific thing , there is no OR search capability. You can't ask PFS: File to look for this or this or this. Quick File, however, does allow an OR search, and while the procedure you use to set your search conditions is more complex than either of the other two programs, it's more power- ful and complete. All three programs can sort your data so it will print in the sequence your business needs.
However, be- cause of the way PFS: File treats numbers, it can't do an accurate nu- meric sort on numbers of different lengths. Merge and Change Since we often forget to put in all the data fields we need when we first design our records, it's necessary to have some way to add extra fields, even after we have a file created and data entered into it.
It's also often helpful to merge the data or part of it, anyway from one file with that of an- other. All three of these programs let you add new fields to your files, even after data has been put into them.
When you change any Quick File field names, all associated report formats are de- leted from the data disk, as they're no longer valid some of the names they report on won't exist any longer. File is the only one that lets you merge information from one file to another. File also lets you split off part of a file onto another disk, in case it grows larger than the disk's ca- pacity.
You need two disk drives for either of these functions. File constantly displays the percentage of space you've used on the disk you're working with, while Quick File reports how many more records you're allowed in the current file.
List Handler doesn't advise of available space. File is that you use control-C to indicate to the program that you've finished with whatever you're doing at a particular time. We're so used to pressing return that it takes a bit of practice to get out of the habit. Also, if you do press the more normal return instead of control-C, the cursor sometimes positions itself just sort of here or there, like it has a mind of its own.
Quick File is unique among these systems in that you have constant ac- cess to on-screen help. As with many programs, what you see is basically a summary of the information in the manual, but it's still handy to have it available at the press of a couple of keys.
Quick File is also the only one of these three packages that can do math on its fields, to compute" things like totals and subtotals. Report can interface with PFS: File to give it math functions and oth- er helpful power , but at additional expense.
List Handler is the only program of the three that can use the data inter- change format DIF , which lets you create worksheets with for example VisiCalc and then transfer their data to List Handler. This program also produces its own upper- and lower- case characters, so you can get more information on your screen than you do with a standard Apple charac- ter display.
The characters are sur- prisingly good, too. File uses only uppercase char- acters and cannot use an column card if you have one in your Apple, al- though as noted the version of the package for the Apple He will use its column card and special keys.
Quick File is designed for the Apple lie and its upper- and lowercase dis- play. This system is the most power- ful of the three programs, and often seems to think for you as you use it. Even times of day are standardized based on a business day; an entry of 8 becomes 8: You can override the time formats, if you wish. Quick File will interface with Apple Writer lie so you can put your Quick File data into your word processing output.
This system also has a unique zoom function, which lets you examine a number of records on your screen, or zoom in and focus on just one of them. Reports In addition to finding the informa- tion you need from your data using the SEARCH capability of a program , the other vital thing about any infor- mation handling system is its ability to create helpful and understandable reports for you.
Quick File is without a doubt the strongest program here, primarily because it can do math on its fields.
As noted, you can buy a pro- gram PFS: Report that works with PFS: File to give you this same power, but then you've spent two and a half times the price of Quick File.
Quick File reports are easy to cre- ate; you're constantly informed how wide they'll be if you add a field. You simply tell the program exactly what you want to print, and where you'd like it to end up on the paper. The re- ports you can create with PFS: File are even simpler to design, although without the math capabilities. File let you create and then save your print specifica- tions for use at a future time. List Handler lets you design report for- mats, but cannot save them for you.
Many of the printers on the market today can print in bold type or empha- sized print, or even with extra-large characters. Of these three programs, only List Handler doesn't allow you to send control codes to your printer to set up the conditions you want. File and Quick File insist your printer be located in slot 1 ; List Han- dler lets you change this location. Weaknesses Not one of these programs provides any kind of entry checking for your information, so you can insist that a certain field be a specific length, or that the operator enters only a Y or N answer, or that the data is in an exact format like a social security number.
No field lengths are specified, which makes file design easy, but often can cause problems later on as an opera- tor can enter about anything he or she wants. File's standard version, for example, the only limita- tion is when your entry bumps into the right edge of the screen. Since List Handler uses its own character set, you're allowed three character lines for each data field less the length of the field name itself.
While the manual for Quick File is thorough and generally interesting, all displays are shown in the col- umn format. If you didn't buy an column card with your Apple lie, your screen displays will differ from those in the manual. File come with copy protected disks; Quick File's disks are copyable.
What to Buy List Handler is the least expensive and is specifically designed to work with lists of data mailing labels are an ideal use. If you want to get start- ed with file management for the least ouday of cash and your work is such that a single-item search will do what you need it to, List Handler will serve you well. Once the extra disk that lets you do math and conduct more com- plex searches is available, this pro- gram will be even more valuable.
That's also true if you see a need to in- terface with a system perhaps one you already own through the use of data interchange format DIF files, or if you need to store good-sized blocks of textual information. If you own an Apple lie, Quick File may seem the obvious choice.
It's simply more powerful than the other two programs. But there's a caveat here: It's not as easy to use, nor as friendly as, say, PFS: If you, or whoever in your office will use the program, wants the easiest and simp- lest method to handle your business data, then PFS: File is a strong con- tender, whichever Apple you own.
Perhaps it's more of a feeling than anything else, but PFS: File gives you something I'd call friendly power. You need software insurance. Diskettes are fragile, and when a protected program is damaged, the results are expensive and inconvenient. If you have a backup diskette, though, you can have your Apple, IBM or compatible computer back on line within seconds.
Rated as "one of the best software buys of the year" by InCider magazine, its simple menu puts nearly every disk command at your fingertips. A new version is now available that is easier to use and more powerful than before.
Wildcard 2 A PP i e h, it pi us , tie Designed by us and produced by Eastside Software, Wildcard 2 is the easiest-to-use, most reliable card available. Making backups of your total load software can be as easy as pressing the button, inserting a blank disk and hitting the return key twice.
Wildcard 2 copies 48K, 64K and K software, and, unlike other cards, is always ready to go. No preloading software into the card or special, preformatted diskettes are required.
Your backups can be run with or without the card in place and can be transferred to hard disks. We are the backup professionals. Instead of diluting our efforts in creating a wide variety of programs, we specialize in offering the very best in backup products.
So, protect your software investment, and get surefire relief from scratchy disks. These products are provided for the purpose of enabling you to make archival copies only. Under the Copyright Law, you, as the owner of a computer program, are entitled to make a new copy for archival purposes only, and these products will enable you to do so.
These products are supplied for no other purpose and you are not permitted to utilize them for any use, other than that specified. The Name of the Game Welcome to the world of productivity, the real world, where your computer must perform at its best.
In the coming months I'll be discussing ways to get the most out of your Apple II family or compati- ble machine for the money you spend. We'll wage a small war down in the trenches to wrest maximum working benefit from a sometimes stubborn, sometimes unpredictable, sometimes downright ornery— but nonetheless excellent piece of equip- ment. This isn't going to be a "business" column, per se, although it won't ig- nore business applications.
Nor will it be strictly a "home" computer col- umn. It will cover business and home, work and pleasure. The col- umn will be a clearinghouse for as much software and hardware as I can, with the manufacturers' help, get my hands on. I will address new owners, but at the same time keep those who've owned their machines for some time in mind. Price will mean nothing. I'll not be seeking out inexpensive semi- solutions solely because you can cut a corner and do extra work to save a buck, although they won't be passed over either.
The more expensive solu- tions usually cost more for a reason. They are generally the end-product of a considerable development effort, and their price reflects it. And some- times the components that mesh to- gether to form the product are ex- pensive.
I promise you I will be brutal. Those of you who read my pseudo- infamous word processing round-up in the old "Ill's Company" column know what I mean. I will be honest about any software or hardware that I try— and only those I try.
There will be no advertising filler. I expect to hear from all of you who have had success or failure with a product, and considering the sales figures for Apple computers that should be quite a number. For exam- ple, I want to hear from department heads who are using VisiCalc. If you're getting bogged down in "glitches," tell me that, too.
And I want to hear from those of you who work for those department heads and have found a better way of doing things that they won't listen to. Also, what are you doing with your machine at home?
Is it really pro- ducing for you, or has it been relegat- ed to the kids for amusement? If what you're doing works, I want to hear from you.
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